Ageism: How Older Workers Can Reposition Themselves

We have an underreported macro-economic catastrophe:

The retirement savings of workers over 50 are anemic.  Retiring at 65 – the number that was ingrained in the programming of anyone over 50 – will not be possible for many.   Recently, Career Counseling Connecticut has been working with numerous 50somethings who realize they will need a legacy career.

While we prefer to be inspirational, rather than fear inducing, we also feel compelled to provide a public service announcement: If you are similar to most Americans over age 50, you will likely need to work longer than you expected.

The Wall Street Journal recently discussed Article